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Microsoft confirm last Thursday’s report on the news that Windows Phone General Manager is left the company.
“HTC announces new lines of One phones, coming from April”
Nokia announced it: The Lumia 900 will be globally available in Q2. Stefan Pannenbecker talks design at Nokia.
Nokia’s release of the Lumia 900 model at CES 2012 during the Microsoft keynote highlights now Finnish smartphones will be taking Windows Phone to all parts of the market.
During the CES 2012, Steve Ballmer unveiled the Nokia LUmia 900 and the HTC Titan 2 with a 16 Megapixel camera.
Nokia’s alliance with Microsoft bore fruit on Wednesday at the Nokia World event as the Finnish mobile handset manufacturer introduced two new smartphones running on Windows Phone 7 Series.
A Nokia focused news blog called mynokiablog.com recently released a string of images and specifications relating to several Windows phones that are allegedly bring prepared for release by Nokia.
Microsoft has begun the phased deployment of the Windows Phone 7 OS updated called “Mango”.
HTC has released its first ever 4G phone called the Radar running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. It will be available via T-Mobile.
Out of the many features that the Mango update will be bringing to the WP7 platform, text-to-voice has got to be one of the favorites at Redmond.
Google Plus seems to be on its way to Windows Phone. However, in the lack of an official confirmation from either company, it remains yet another rumor.
In a recent industry wide debate about location tracking by big companies like Google and Apple, Microsoft has decided to play it safe and turn off publishing the approximated location data from it’s Windows Phone devices.
Windows Phone has finally gained enough presence to make a dent in the smartphone market with 1% market share. Analysts at Canalys have made this announcement earlier this week.
New handsets from HTC, Samsung and Nokia are on its way, which will use Microsoft’s latest update to the Windows Phone 7.5 OS “Mango”.